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BY PATRONIZING BULLETIN ADS.
Vox.. XI. No. 11W0.
HONOLULU. TKRH1TOKY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. 8KITEMKKU 21. 11(01.
PlMOK 5 Okkts.
THEIR 01 NEW
The Documents Await Them at Inter
nal Revenue "Office Be
tween Two and Three
An elderly Chtnnmnu has tame to
towu liuui rvouaia uutr n.a registra1
tlUU Irl.nlCBll'. iiUIILK ttttlbd Ull
Ctwtig 'vim m bis aisire, turn gen
lien.ii lunuucied niti uns morning tu
tut Dime of tue Collector or internal
Revenue, Cunng Kim told a llunotiu
icporter that between two and three
buntticd Cntucse on too dmcrcnt isl
and who had registered were still
without possession of their terttrl-
cmvs. .An Impression was abroad
among them that the Important docu
ments, assuring them tho right or rc
innlning in tuis Termor)', nonld be
sent to each registered man by mall.
The number abore given was sub,
klantiauy verified at the lutcrnnl Reve
uue ottlce. In round numbers thero
ire 230 certificates awaiting delivery
to their owners at the office, of which
a mujorlty belong to the Island of
Oahu. Theic are 67 belonging to Ha
waii and 41 to Kauai. Of 21 credited to
Maul, eight have gone to China not tu
Chief Deputy Collector-11. D. Cou
icns said the Koliula man should have
received his certificate a,t home. The
lertlflcatrs had been sent to the depu
ties on the other Islands for distribu
tion mill notices sent round the coun
try uniting the registered' Chinese tl
tall ami receive inclr papers.
It would appear that many neglect
ed to call at tho piopcr time, and the
deputies on concluding their engage
uients returned to the o..ico nil certi
ficate"! not dellveied. In the mranttmo
some have shifted from one Island to
another, a few have- died and others
gone to China. Then many of those
leglslerlng ran an ay with the Idea that
the Identification slip, given them to
prove their right to receive the certi
ficate wncn prepared, was the only
tliliiK they required.
Certificates are not delivered by.mall;
a tho Internal Revenue official will
taki no cnanccs of having them get
Into the' wrong 'hands. Neither are
ihey delivered to orner or- third' par
tie, excepting upon the clearest evi
dence of good faith.
Deputy W. JJ. Drake Is going to Ha
waii next month and will carry with
him certificates for Chinese on that
Island which have not been called for
tn the meantime at the office.
Ever since registration closed on
June 14. all alien Cbneso found tn the
Territory without certificates of regis
tration have been and are liable to de
portation. It Is therefore important
for such to have the little paper
KAU SCHOOL ATTENDANCE.
Kau, Hawaii, Sept. 21. Tho govern
nient schools opened with good attend
ance last week. Miss Mann having re
signed from the Pahala school, her
position Is now taken by Ml da Kar
mo as principal while Miss Winifred
Markus Is the newly appointed assist'
nnt. There has also been a change at
the other end of the district. Miss
Louisa Welnecke Is the neconil assist
ant ht Wnlohlnu under Miss 11. R. ray
lor. the principal.
An Intereat'nji Character.
Ouo of the Interesting "sunflsh" of
Honolulu Is George Ward a colored
man. who has been here ten or fifteen
ears. He was born at Fori Ilne,
Delaware, '60 or 70 years ago, warn
fought against the Maoris In New Zea
land and formed a high opinion of
their valor. "Alabama" Mitchell takes
a kindly Interest In the venerable dar-
Good Kuu Wcnthei.
Knu, Hawaii, Sept. 21. For a long
time past Kan has been enjo)log glorl
oiu weather; flno during the day nnd
rain at night, so that everything looks
green and beautiful. It Is many year
since Kau has had such . agreeable
weather as this.
CENTRAL MAUI TEACHERS
Wallukii. Sept. 20. The llrst meet
ing of the school teachers of Central
Maul took place, this afternoon at the
Wallukii Union government nchool
house. Fifteen teachers were present
Sam Kelllnol, school Inspector, call
ed the meeting to order, anil after elu
cidating the object for which tho meet
ing wns raited, a motion was made for
the election of officer for the ensiling
year .resulting as follow: P. P. Hose.
crans, Ulupalakua, president; Miss
Know lion, Wallukii kindergarten, sec
retary; Miss M. J. Malone, Mr. W. A.
McKay and the officers were authoriz
ed to act as a program committee.
Meetings are to bn held once a month,
the next meeting to bo on second Moti
day in October. McMurray's General
Methods on Teaching was adopted for
use by the member.
The Lilliputians make their first up
pearauce in vaudeville at the Opnra
House tlri evening. The program In
cludes catchy topical songs and must
cut skits that will Interest and amuse
the old and young. The full company
will appear. The vaudeville will bo rn
pcatcd Thursday evening and Saturday
tuutlncc and evening the popular Hello
of New York will be given. For the
matinee children will be admitted to
all parts of the house at half price.
Doors open at 1:30. Performance be
gins' at 2-uVlock sharp.
For groceries ring up Blue 911.
F I CUIUS REAGH
EIUS IN PIUKIA BREACH OF MS
MARINE ENGINEERS MAKE
Want Him to Carry Two Engineers-
Demand Was Refused and
Tie-up Now in
Sight. . .
WOMAN ASKS JURY ,
FOR $5Ht BAMA6ES
Second Jury on Ejectaint Case In Two
Weeks is Dismissed Without
Captain llrokaw of tho tug Fearless' Judge Oear Is hearing the trespass
r'fii uiiii ii nmi (i nun miirniniz innv m ni iuh ui- -
Marine Engineers llcncriclal As- uUter. on trial by 0, J?"0,?'1- iUry
... .. .i. k.. r ..vi, .i. thia Edward Montgomery, E, HuRandcati,
""'. nt"? ? . b !.?.Ci"Tk. V"! Trederlek Angus. Jas. R. Shaw, Ell J
was served with a notice this morning case of -4111 Hrown v. Andrew Han
.evening, an usslstant engineer at a Crawford w, 0.' Ashley. Geo. R. Roo-
aaiary oi uu a inoiiiu .-..nn,, nuz. W. II. Jones. Unrry Z. Austin,
the engineer now In charge of the ves- jBs. I). Coekett, Wm. II. HolokahIM
scl would be called off, and no other ) ami Edward Dekum. Andrews, l'eters
engineer's of the association allowed & Andrado for plaintiff; J. T. Dellolt
to work on her. The same notice was (or defendant. The plaintiff claim
sent to the owners of the steamer J.
A. tutnmng. had llvediogether fiom March 7, 1S97.
Both the tearless und Cummlngi,, s,.ptember 25. 190U. two children
are being run under special licenses having been born to them prior to
which demand that they have but one the beginning of this suit,
engineer. This bus been compiled1 On rrossexamlnatlon the plalntlf
with and tho engineers arc being paid !',m "on nv'ng liven wim ami uoino
k i,. Moiw.,i,,i.. .i of ir.n M,rhlldfrn to Eugene Devnucheile prior
NEW BISMARK STABLES
Wallukii, Sept. 20. The local abdi
cate which lloiight the lllfmark stables
has succeedeil In getting niten enr
lease of the premises from V T Hob
lnson, with the prlllego of au exten
Geo. lions, who Is Interested In the
new company, will go to Honolulu next
Monday to present the charter of tha
"Hlsmarck Stables Company, Limited,"
to the government, and will see that
the charter will be quickly acted upon.
The new company I Incorporated at
110.000. It will 'bare offices. In Wal
luku and Lahalna. and wilt In time
he the leading stables on Maul. Them '
are five persons Interested In this deal ,
each putting up $2000. They do not i
care at present to make known ,thelr
BRINGS $17 AN ACRE
the regular schedule rate of $150 per
The action cj the Engineers' Associa
tion is liable to cause a tie up of the
lo being taken up by Ilannlster, and
before, that again hating been -thy
inlstruss of one "Charlie," a whtto
man. Shu averred that she bad gono
OVER THREE MILLIONS
More thun one and a quarter million
dollars has been added to the aggre
gate of claims filed before the Flro
Claims Commission yesterday nnd to
day until noon.
The total at this writing Is CU91
claims with the 3,000.000 mark turn
ed In the total amount.
This Is the last day for receiving
claims and none will be received after
1 o'clock, the usual hour for closing
each day's sittings of the Commission.
The number of claims received from
opening today until the noon recess
was 7!, 'representing an aggregate
amount" if about $11
Fearless and other steamer unlet the to HveVltn Ilannlster and stayed with
demand made Is complied with and htm solely on the consideration offered
Cantalu Ilroknw will lav the Fearle" nim-ui regal mama.
up rather than acceed to tho demand,
which, under the vessel's license, he
claims to be unjust. From the .engin
eers standpoint It Is claimed tuut as
al the other Island steamers must
have u first und second engineer the
Cummins and Fearless must ulso car
ry the same complement. Under tha
harbor license of tho Fearless 'she coil
not be compelled by law to carry more
Judge Little this morning threw out
of court the ejectment case of lllshop
Kopert., trustee, v. Solomon Kami
and others. T.x denied the motion of
plaintiff to admit now evidence and
granted the motion of defendants for
a non-suit. The Jury was dismissed.
An appeal from both rulings was not
ed by tho plaintiff. 'I. McCanta Stew
art and Magoon & Thompson for plain
tiff: Kinney, llallou Ac MeClanahan and
Holme & hianley for defendant!.
than me one engineer nnd while tho This case has been twice begun, two
reason best known to
NOT A FIGIITCR.
Situated Bstween Waiohinu and Naa-
lehu-Le&se of Laige Tract for
Ten Years at Upset
A lot of government land containing
pn area of 3.21 acres, situate on the
Kona side of the government road lead
ing from Waiohinu village to N&alehu,
district of Kau, island of Hawaii, be
ing the premises formerly occupied by
the Angllrau church mlsklon. Upset
price $130 cash In gold, tho purchaser
In the I'olico Court this forenoon.
eiiiiuz. u I'liriuKuuntr. was linen tij . ... .... .. i-
oml r,wl. nn II... ehnn,.. f ...rnilf nn.1 ' l " Iur ""e,lH
battery on John Welsh, n soldier. Thj
affair took place In Kakaako on the
Hth Inst. Tho two patrolmen who
saw tne trouble stated that Munlz
struck Welsh In the mouth without
warning, and when the soldier was
leaning against n telephone post, to
Ing no harm to anybody. Munlz sail
Welsh nasi made a motion toward hts
hip poeavt and that It was then
struck the blow,
Henry Smith, trustee, as the pur
chaser at $r25, making with tho sur
vey fee $1105 or $170 an acre. The bid
ding was rapid between George Camp
bell, who started at the upset price,
and the finally successful bidder. Mr.
Campbell stopped nt $500. The cen
tral station of the Kau and Kona Tele
phone Co'. Is sltu'ated on the land.
A lease of the Land of Manuka,
In sentencing Munlz. Judge Wilcox district of Ran. Island of Hawaii, (or 10
remarked that he did not believe him jears al upset rental of $76 a year. Tho
much of a fighter. His ears were not Korernraent reserves the right to tak
close enough to bis head. i u . .k. i.. " i. a
ui umvi rui ui iuc aaMU awt iuua. uur
settlement and stipulate that the lei
see keep the land clear of lantana dur
ing Hie lease.
The land adjoins Kahuku ranch on
the west and Is wedge shaped, being
nlout seventeen miles long on two
sides and between five and six mile
wide at the base of coast 'lino.
Sam Katihone captured the tease al
the upset price.
demands of the association have been
met by both' the steamer companies the
tug and Cummins oro holding out
The tying up of the Fearless will
mean a great hardship to shippers here,
us there Is no other vessel available
fur the purpose of towing" or In casn
of theneed of a lire bout. The Eleu on
account of a cracked shaft cannot tow
cargo vessels' and Is not fitted with
Klchard Ivers. brother of Mrs. W. O.
Irwin and Miss Gertrude Scott, daugh
ter of Prof. M, M. Scott, were married
In Sr. Andrew's Cathedral at high noon
today, the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh offi
ciating. Tho Cathedral was crowded
w tth the society people of the city. Oc
cupying front seats were Mrs. M. M,
Scott, mother of tho bride, Mr. and
Mrs. W, G. Irwin and Governor and
The bride wns given away by her
father. .The mald-of-honor was Miss
Marlon Scott, sister of the bride and
the best man was Harry Whitney of
W. G. Irwin & Co. The bridesmaids
were Miss Edith Spauldtng and Mis
Helene Irwin. The ushers were Messrs.
John Tarn McGrew, Spauldlng, P. M.
Lansdale and George Potter.
Wray Taylor presided at the organ,
playing the I-oheiigrln wedding marc'i
In the beginning. Schubert's serenade
during thu ceremony and Mendels
sohn's wedding march In conclusion.
A wedding brenkfast was served at
the home of the bride's parents. Tho
newly married couple wtl leave this
afternoon for the other side of the
Island to spend their honeymoon.
The Only Vacant House
IN MANOA VALLEY
Has two bedrooms and all modern In
provement; $40 a month.
BIAS tf THE ADVHtllSER
The Advertiser comes out this mom
ing with a most cumbersome attempt
at disci editing tho story of the Ilulle
tlq regarding the senior barge race be
tween the Myrtles und Henlants last
juries having been empaneled within
two weeks. In tho first Instance a ml-'
trial was entered' because the term
was likely to end before the trial. Tho
greater part of a week has been-coi-
slimed In the second attempt, endinz
n a non-suit.
ICui, Hawaii, Sept. 21. Smoke In
dense clouds still hangs over the crater
of Kllnuea and can tie seen during the
day. Ilecent visitors to the Volcano
House say It Is very hot In the crater
and "sticks thrust Into the crevices on
the floor of the crater soon become
burned. Still thero Is no Immediate
sign o'f eruption nnd Captain Slmerson
An Invitation tennis tournament be
gins on the couriJ of the Pacific Teu
nls Club tomorrow. Tho tournament
will be played by doubles and entries
for the games ctoso at the store of
t'earson & roller Co. this afternoon
at S o'clock.
Tho tournament will bring out some
of tho cleverest of mo local ulavcrs.
and Elston nnd ltdss, who won the tin-
HOT WAIIMU GAMES
Wulliiku, Sept. 21. llaeebau (put U
t IiIkIi nltt tl In Wnllulrti (net nnw
jihy last year, will again defend their players coming all the way from Ulu-
prize. So far tho entries have been ,mi,i,.. , tlnl.ti,.it,ii in k -,.i
s follows: (1. Davie and D. W. An- ?,akuu to Participate In the games,
demon. E. It. Adams and A.: T Tomorrow afternoon, at We.is' Park.
Urock. C. II. Cooko and W. M. Alex ,ne "Edicts will try ihelr luck
ander. I). II. Hitchcock and W. 11, ngalnst the Harhelors. The teams aro
llabblt, W. P. Dillingham and Win. evenly matched but the married men
lloth, C. A. Elston and D. M. Rosa,
M. A. Cheek and L. Now ell. G. G.
Fuller and Albert Waterhouse, John
Waterhuu.su and S. (1. Wilder.
Tho drawing of the teams will tako
place this afternoon immediately after
i no entries eiose.
Saturday. Tne story reeks of smells 'says that now the mosquitoes are ft-
nniiiiar to me paper mentioned, it , ginning to return In vast numbers a
criticizes tho statement mado by the ' volcanic eruption may be cxpeeted at
.!).-. it,., i. in me uyiuiuu ill IUUDC Ull) IIIIIU.
most Interested that (hrru will be no
hesitancy on the part of the boat clubs
about rowing the race over ngaln on
As usual, the Advertiser lists to the
voice of a part of n whole the captain
of the Myrtle crew and makes no at
tempt to Inquire Into the sentiments
of tho crew that rowed ngnlnst the
Again, It absolutely Ignores the deci
sion of the Judges that tne answers of
The ias.0 of Wright, the inotorman
of tne electric car that collided with
oue of the tramcars at the corner of
Hotel mid Nuiiuqu streets not long
since, came up In the Police Court this
forenoon. Attorney MeClanahan ap
peared foi the defendant.
Judge Wilcox stated that, on account
the two crows must be minded tn on'0' ,,,rH'", ,,r business In his court, he
Wednesday and the fact that un thing woul'1 ,ra,",fl'r ,,in tu,,! to Judge
given out by any member or mem-1 U'ckey's court. Wrlsht will be tried
hers of either crew before that time, Is on Monday next,
unofficial. It takes the word of Harris, The cases of the Kalliiiupehu boys
previous to the time set for the official Bnd Moepono of ilunoa valley for as
announcement, as settling the whole B"11' w'h " eapou on a Chinaman
matter and disregards the fact Unit havt' ul"0 b,'e" transferred to Judg
"there are others." I Dickey's court. They will come up on
Good sportsmen of the city want the, Wednesday,
senior barge race rowed over again.
ATTACKED A HACKMAN.
Mow San, a reputable Chinese hack
driver, has bworn out a warrant for
the arrest of a certain white man who
lives in one of the boarding bouses on
Nuuauu street, near Kukul. i)y Means
of this man, it is expected that three
other will be gathered In by tho po
lice. This is tne story or tne uaca
"Four white men took my hack at
W. W. Dlmond's store at about U
o'clock Sunday night. 1 drove them (o
Iwllel and thrn back to town. At u
place nenr the Orpheum on Fort street
one of the men got out but soon return
ed to tho carriage. I then drove tho
four to a boarding house on Nuuanu
street. Two of the men Jumped out
and were about to' disappear, when I
demanded my fare. With this they set
upon me. They tried to take the rein
from mo but I bad them wrapped
about my hands and held on like grim
death. I succeeded In getting my
horse started aiid ran away. I only
know one of the men and he Is a saloon
keeper on Nuuanu street."
In no other way will they be satisfied.
I1DITOR ROBRRTSON ILL.
Wallukii. Sej)t. 20. G. U. Robertson,
GRINDING GOOD CROP.
Kau, Hawaii, Sept. 21. The mills al
Honuapo, Naalehu and Puhala nrn ull
grinding to their utmost capacity and
Also large residence on tha Walklkl
Beach near the Annex; $60 a
month for seven month.
41 SILVER ANN IVER8ARV.
The following committees will hnvM
charge of tho celebration of the silver
anniversary of the Odd Fellows, to
take place on tho 28th Inst.:
Reception L II. Dee, 0. F. Hop
rick, O. W. It. King. Worden Y. Hall.
Chas. J. Fishel. II. Mi'Kect)iile, two
ulsters of Pad Ha Rebecca IxMlgu and
two sisters of Olive branch lodgo.
Floor 13. II, Hendry, W. t Stor
cy, D, P. Lawrence W. J. Klckny,
A. L. Clark. A. Arndt. W. II, Good
win, G.J. Kelly and E. L. Cathcy.
Exercises Dr. C. T. Rodgors.
Judgo Esteu will deliver an addrOBS
which will bo followed by speeches,
from J, A. Magoon, Rev. Alox, Mack
intosh and Mrs. Henry Williams.
idltor of the Maul News. Is suffering! turning out more sugar than can bo
from a severe nttnek of pneumonia. W. I sent away by the Manna Lon. An extra
II, Field Is acting as city editor and steamer Is again expected to take
general nil round nuws gatherer. away the overflow at Pahala.
Thompson Adds 1,000
Players . , vote.
HERRfCK . 897
CHILLINQWORTH . ' .. .. ' 413
JOY ' 355
WILLIAMS '. .', J13
DAYTON ,.t. 209
BROWN , !. 167
KAAI ' 152
BOWERS , 151
8HELDON .. .' 53
WRIGHT ..' ' 52
LOUIS ' 17
GAY .. . A : 47
BULLOCK". , 42
FREITA8 '.. 23
MARCALLINO ' ' 19
RICHARD80N ' 14
I MI. HI M
fudge Estec. In the United Stales
District Court this morning, dismissed ,
uiu nuei in umiuniiiy oi i-earson t
Potter vs. bark C. D. Hryant. The
claim was for $1085 on account of
merchandise lost. by flro on board tho
defendant vessel.' It had been stipu
lated by the attorneys' on both Bide
that the evidence in Mclnerny's suit
against the same vessel be used, with
the addition of Captain Colly's deposi
tion taken by commission. Upon such
testimony the libel was dismissed
without prejudice U other proceed
ings. Judge Estee heard argument In tlm
rase of John II. Rrown vs. T. F. David
sen and others, the plumbing trust
case, on tho motion to strike out cer
tain defendants on tho ground oT no
ore already too confident of n glorious
trlumpn over the kids. The teams will
be represented as follows:
HcnedlctS W. II. Cornwell, Jr.. c.'r
C. Ilalley. p.; W. B. llaf.'lb.: Huaklnl
Enos. 2b.; V.J'. Rosecrans. 3b.; W. T.
Robinson, ss.; T. .Wal lama, cf.; Sam
Kelllnol, If.; Geo. Maxwell, rf.
Bachelors Iahla, c.: A. Jackson, p.;
T. Plckaril, lb.; J. Oarcla, 2b.; Geo. H.
Cummlngs. 2b.; Palapala. m ; Joe Ross,
ci.: .. uarcia. If,: E. Horers. rf.
W. F. Reynolds, who vu licensed
to practice In the district court on hi
recent visit to Honolulu, wa nicely
presented by W. Wright, a brother at
torney, to Judge Walpullant at Waio
hinu on Friday last and in turn pre
sented by the Judge to the officers ot
Oaokl Manklchl Aftain.
OsnM Manklchl, the Japanese who
has been so frequently In the Circuit
and Iflstrlct court of late, appeared
The matter was taken 'under 'again before Judgo Wilcox this fore-
ndvlsement. noon. A nolle nroscoul was entered.
the prosecuting officer explaining that
the Grand Jury had already Indicted
the defendant and t.mt be would there
fore be tried In the Circuit Court.
Pearson Allaa,"8ont'ati "
A mau who gave the nnme of Son
tag tit:' the police station a couple of
nights ago cannot be found by the po
lice although e Is much wanted. 41
with a woman named Aran were ar
rested on the charge of fornication.
Tho woman i.ad the nerve to appear
but the man has kept out of tho wuv
of the police. The rase of the Arno T, u , , ., n .
woman and her partner, lllanche by I lie JierCliaiilS rarCei UCIlVery
name, nave ueen none ?rosu,
W. K. Hlmet-Hon, ,p
A birthday loan In honor of the first
anniversary of the birth ot W. K. Sl
merson Jr. will take piace this after
noon and evening at the residence of
hlH parents, Mr. und Mrs. W K. tflmcr
Delivers packages to any
part of tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phono Blue 621.
Packages shipped to
all parts of tho United
Stater, and Europe.
Oir.ce, 1047 Ilethel St.,
opposite Honolulu Market.
aC' MaWUaaaaaal 3
When you have u good thing,
keep It. When you have worn
one puir oi our HANI8TER
8II0E8, you know whut to cull
(or when you wnnt another pnlr.
ThoHe (ire the kind of ttliocs we
mike It n point to keep, und we think that we liavo
Hiicceeded pretty well. TRY U8.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., 1
1057 Port Street.
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lfi.1 fl!! "aalftl till